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DTE’s Renewable Energy Plan Won’t Satisfy Green Groups

Another critic says the plan calls for ‘more expensive, less reliable energy’ Read more

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Government as Santa

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70 Times Gunshots Fired On School Grounds In Michigan Since 1970

Michigan schools tax, borrow and spend big for security Read more

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How Did Detroit Schools Spend $286,596 On LA Conference?

Answer awaits district’s overdue response to open records law request Read more

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A Record In Snyder’s Last Budget, Transportation Budget Down in Gov. Whitmer’s First

Whitmer’s 45-cent tax proposal got no traction, and she vetoed the Republicans’ road budget fix Read more

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Simplistic ‘Teacher Shortage’ Claims Hype, But Big Challenges In Some Areas

‘The issues arise when we have openings in the ‘specialized’ areas’ Read more

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Study: Legislators Authorize Penalties, Unelected Bureaucrats Decide Where They Apply

Accumulated regulations ‘fiendishly complex, sometimes contradictory, or incomprehensible and unenforceable’ Read more

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Michigan Bureaucrats Want to Force Unions on Pot Businesses

Labor interests want to use state regulations to grow union revenue Read more

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A Cautionary Tale About Job Promises And Corporate Subsidies

GM’s promised 6,000 Poletown jobs never appeared; Ford announces 3,000 Read more

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State School Aid Deal Fits Decade-Long Upward Trend

Reapproved vetoed funds puts final budget above 10-year average Read more

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